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Reviewed July 30, 2012
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What You'll Get
Getting your family together for a game of laser tag is an easier way to keep track of the kids than ear tagging, which requires tranquilizer guns. Gather your herd sans violence with today's Groupon: for $17, you get two laser-tag sessions, which amounts to six games total, at Lehigh Valley Laser Tag (a $34 value), located in Allentown.
Lehigh Valley Laser Tag arms photon fighters with a blinking battalion of laser cannons and form-fitting vests ideal for storming its ultramodern play space. Players can don a glowing fedora when staging a futuristic film noir among the fog-ensconced halls, stealthily scaling the multilevel arena while ably delegating rays to frenemies sporting laser-blasting muskets. Tactical barriers, looming archways, and malevolent black lights shroud daunting dangers and offer an adrenaline-boosting jaunt that doubles as a cardiovascular workout. Postgame, guests can indulge a warrior's appetite with vittles from Lehigh Valley Laser Tag's snack station, or eschew delicate trigger pulls for spastic button mashes when tackling a flashing brigade of arcade games.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Aug 31, 2011. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Must be 7 or older. Not valid for special events. May split Groupon between 2 people. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.
About Lehigh Valley Laser Tag
Lehigh Valley Laser Tag has the only true multi level arena in the area, where phaser-wielding players navigate their way through a foggy arena in pursuit of opponents. Participants ages 7-70 compete for victory during each 40-minute laser-tag session. Combining innovative computer technology with action-oriented games, LVLT provides a heart-pounding adventure where strategy and teamwork are key to defeating your opponents.
After arrival, a two-minute instructional video screened in the briefing room explains the game's equipment before guests strap on their vests and ready their phasers. The arena hosts over 150 different game formats, all of which end with reports that compare each player's accuracy, individual and overall ranking to the results of friends and teammates. Afterward, groups reenergize by noshing on fare from the snack counter or playing video games in the arcade.